What is interesting in this POW, is that there are many attempts to be registered in the Guinness book of records, which i think it’s a good sign that there is some joy after all in some part of the world.
and maybe we should search for our joy from the place we are now, right?
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or follow me on twitter [twitter-follow screen_name=’ghazayel’] “LIKE” on facebook Winner of the Red Bull Illume Image Quest photo competition (Dimitrios Kontizas/Red Bull Illume) An Indian youth dangles from a power line before diving into the floodwaters of an overflowing Ganges River in Allahabad, India. (Sanjay Kanojia / AFP – Getty Images) A toy seller rides on “sea of sands” as Indonesian Muslims perform Eid Al-Fitr prayer at Parangkusumo beach in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Eid Al-Fitr marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic month of fasting and begins after the sighting of a new crescent moon. (Ulet Ifansasti / Getty Images) Kuwaiti women pray at the Grand Mosque in Kuwait City early on the night of “Lailat al-Qadr” which marks the revelation of the Koran, Islam’s holy book, to the Prophet Mohammed through the archangel Gabriel during the fasting month of Ramadan. (Yasser al-Zayyat / AFP – Getty Images) Two women help another one on a wheelchair through a hedge of cactii at a distribution center in Afgoye, Somalia. The UAE Red Crescent gave out food aid as part of a program they are conducting during the month of Ramadan. (Tobin Jones / African Union-United Nations Information Support Team via AFP – Getty Images) Japan unveils the DDH183 Izumo, its biggest warship since World War II. The helicopter destroyer is likely to jangle nerves among neighbors China and South Korea as Tokyo mulls an overhaul of its pacifist constitution. (TOSHIFUMI KITAMURA / AFP) Dot Portnoy, 83, on vacation from Florida with her husband, dances while attempting to break the Guinness Book of World Records’ record for “the most amount of people gathered in their underwear in the Times Square section of New York, in NewYork City. Organizers were hoping to get 2,271 people to strip down to their underwear, the current record is 2,270. (Andrew Burton/Getty Images) Los Angeles photographers set their cameras pointed to the stars during the Perseid meteor shower north of Castaic Lake, California. According to NASA, the Perseid meteor shower, which is an annual event, reaches its peak on August 11 and 12. The fireballs from the meteorites are fast and plentiful, the agency adds, with as many as 100 visible in a single hour. (Gene Blevins / Reuters) An Indian police officer uses a baton to disperse a group of protesters who participate in a rally demanding caste-based affirmative action for promotions in government jobs in New Delhi. (AFP/GETTY IMAGES) Nepalese Deepak Sharma Bajgain, right, attempts to break a Guinness World Records for doing the most high fives in one minute in Kathmandu. Bajgain completed 212 high fives in one minute.(PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP) Mark Post of Maastricht University in the Netherlands holds a burger made from stem cells. Dutch scientists held a public taste test of the burger; testers found the taste a little underwhelming because the meat lacked the fat of a conventional burger.(DAVID PARRY / EPA)